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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1007.--
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WHO ARE PARTICULAR
WHAT THEIR CLOTHES SAY
ABOUT THEM. THE LATE
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E. F. DORN.
1812 Second Ave.
Rock Island Three-Eye Leaguers
Prove Too Fast for the
SUNDAY SCORE IS 4 TO 2
Manager Tighe Out of the Game Al
bert Spanton Released and
Goes to Iowa City.
160714 Second Ave, Rock Island.
and removal of nerves done by us,
and the best and most careful treat
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gas. or cocaine.
We have a patent thin elastic
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where all other plates would fail.
We use no cheap material, for our
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dentists. Call before going else
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Silver Killing 50c
bold Plntina Fillings BOc
Gold Filling", up from 9 1.00
Uolii CTOTvnn, $." and f 4.0O
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Hed Rubber Platen, 99 dowa to. 9 5.00
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Speldel'a Drug; Store.
and drove out five hits, netting three
runs and tying up the score.
Not an Islander failed to get a hit,
Murphy leading with three. Spanton,
i he former Rock Island first baseman
now with Burlington, also made three
hits, two of which were tagged for
iiree stations. The day was cold and
errors were frequent on both sides.
Burlington. Iowa, April lo. (Argus
Special. Uoek Island took the sc.-
oml exhibition from the local Iowa
leaguers yesterday afternoon in a rath
er uninteresting contest. The visitors
batted harder and1 more effectively anl
the errors of the Pathfinders were
costly. Much praise was given the
Rock Island infield by the spectators
the opinion being general that it is one
f the best that has been seen here.
The success of the Islanders is more
significant, when it is considered that
the Burlingtons are the champions of
the iowa league, have been playing this
vcar since in March, and have defeated
both lies Moines and Minneapolis.
Manager Tighe, who played Satur
day, was not in the game yesterday, but
remained on the bench and sent Forney
in his place.
Albert Spanton, whom Burlington se
cured for first base from Rock lslan !,
was released to Manager Tighe todav
and will accompany the team to Iowa
City. Score of yesterday's game:
Rock Island AB. R
Wanner, 2b 5
Murphy, If 5
Swalm, if 4
Vandine, ub 5
Tighe. lb ., 5
Randall, cf 5
Carpenter, ss ti
Eng. c '. 5
Wedig. p 2
Neal, p :;
H. P. A. E.
110 2 0
l l o o
0 2 3 0 0
1 .2 13 i :
0 1 1 0 (I
0 113 1
0 1 10 1 1
1 1 0 2 II
1 2 0 3 0
OPENER FOR PARK
All Stars and Cross Countrys
Play First Game at Island
LATTER GIVEN A SHUTOUl
Unable to Hit Effectively and Are Up
Against, Clean, Fast Fielding.
'13 5 13
AB. R H.
Daley, cf 4 1 0 1 2 1
House. If 4 o o 2 0 o
Kennedy, 2b 5 0 'o 5 3 0
Rose, i f 4 2 1 2 1 1
Spanton, lb 5 1 311 1 :
Johnson. 3b 3 0 2 3 3 J
Oriett, ss 3 0 0 3 3 2
Bruggeman, c 3 0 1 3 2 0
Carr, p 3 ( 1 0 3 0
Evans, p 1 0 1 o 0 0
Eise, p 0 u 0 1 1
4 9 30 19
0 0 3
0 tl 0
at Bloomington and closes at Peoria.
and wishes either the opening or clos-
ng game at home. A change can be
made by which Decatur closes at
Springfield instead of Bloomington, and
Bloomington closes at Peoria. Bloom
ington will agree to this if Decatur and
Peoria will. So far as known no other
changes will be made.
AFFECTS THE SCORES
Only Fair Records Made in First
Mens' Golf Match Colonel French
and Mr. Tegeier Are Tied,
1 1 3 11
(i 0 2 2
Rock Island AB. R. II. P. A. E.
Wanner, 2b 3 0 0 4 3 0
Murphy, If 3 1 1 3 0 0
Swalm, if 4 o 0 0 0 o
Vandine, 3b I 1 1 0 2 1
Forney, lb 3 1 2 10 0 1
Randall, cf I 0 1 2 0 0
Carpenter, ss 4 n 2 3 3 0
Hug. c 4 1 1 5 1 0
Wedig, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 33 4 9 27 10 2
Burlington AB. R. II. P. A. E.
Couroy, cf 3 0 I 2 0 1
House. If 4 o 0 1 2 0
Kennedy, 2b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Rose, rf 3 0 1 1 2 0
Spanton, lb 4 1 0 17 2 0
Johnson, 3b 4 0 1 2 2 0
Oriett. ss 4 0 1 2 4 0
l?i tiggeinan. c 3 1 2 1 2 1
Eise, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
l.ouiizen, p 2 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 32 2 C 27 19 2
Score by innings:
Puck Island 2 o o . u 0 1 o o I
Burlington o o o 0 noil o 2
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fwo base hi's Johnson, Carpenter
2), Murphy. Bases on balls Off Wed
g, 1; off Eise, 1; off Iirenzcn, 1.
Struck out By Wedig. 3; by Eise. 2:
l.orcn.en, 1. Left on bases Rock
land, f; Burlington, 7. Double play
Wanner to Carpenter to Forney. Sac
rifice hit Conroy. Hit by pitcher
Bruggeman. Attendance 1,000. Um
tii; iv Mom; i tiik Mvrii.
kIh niters llnvr Uniting- lliilly Hint Sines
I'irM I.iiiik- of the SrnNon.
Burlington, Iowa. April 13. (Argus
Special. A fierce batting rally in the
ninth inning of the Islanders' first game
f the season played against Burling
ton Saturday afternoon, tied the score
and in tiie loth one was added, cinch
ing the victory. Burlington, in its half
)f the Bull, had a look in, Spanton and
lohnson getting singles with one gone.
but a fast double retired the side and
ended the contest.
Rock Island took I he tail end of the
score in tne tirst inning, when the
athfinders shoved three runs over.
There was little doing up to the ninth.
when the visitors got Carr's measure
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returned at our expense.
Quarrlea 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
stop and let visitors oft and on.
Rrld-e, Stoat, Cora Crib Block
mm Foaadatlaa Staaa, aa alaa
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen , at
Room 12, Mitckell Lyme
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manaaer
Rock Island or Colons, IH,
Score by innings:
Rock Island ..0 0 10
Burlington 3 0 10
Hits by innings:
Rock Island.. 2 12 110
Burlington ..2 1 2 0 0 0
Summary Two base
Johnson, Wannr, Tighe. -Three base
hits Spanton, 2. Sacrifice, hits Wan
ner. Randall. Stolen bases Daley.
Carr, Swalm, Xeal 2. Double plays
Daley to Kennedy; Wedig to Tighe to
Eng. Bases on balls Off Carr, 2; off
imsc, i: on wedig, 1. Struck out
By Carr. 2; by Wedig. ; by Neal. 2.
Passed ball Eng. Umpire Brennan.
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The first baseball game of the se r-
son was played at the Island City park
yesterday afternoon between Will
hite'a All Stars, and the newly organ
ized Cross Countrys, the latter being
defeated by a score of to o. The
day was an ideal one and about 131
spectators witnessed the affair. T'k
Cross Country lads were the first ;.t
bat, but they did not stick long, as
Soninierson, the crack pitcher of tin'
All Stars, sent them out, one, two and
three. The game rau in this style f r
about three innings, neither side be
ing able to get an effective hit. Soni
nierson then went out of the box for
the All Stars and was replaced by 1
Leverich. About the beginning of th
fourth inning the All btars began o
find the nose of the ball and for a
whilo it looked as though Anderson
would be knocked out of the box.
Tbelr Firxt till inc.
The game was the first for the
Cross Countrys, and they made a goo. I
showing, though defeated. Grogan n
placed Anderson for the losers at the
end of the sixth inning. The All Star
fielded a remarkably clean gain:
Sffiif- R it V.
Cross Country o o u u o imi o ti 0 9
All Stars '. o o 3 1 0 0 2 - 13
Batteries Anderson, Grogan and
Mitchell for the Cross Countrys; Soni
nierson, Levertcti and Wilson lor th
Summary Two base hits Engma:i.
Marshall. Hunt. Selen and Groga i.
Stolen base Sellers. Struck out By
Soninierson, (I; by Leverich, 4; :ty
Grogan. 2; by Anderson, 3. Bases o-i
balls Off Leverich, 1; off Somnie--son,
1; off Grogan. 2. Passed ball
Thompson. Hit by pitched ball Wil
son. Umpire Weisler.
Our for llifili -hI.
The Rock Island high school Inde
pendents hi the first game of the sea
son Saturday afternoon defeated St.
Ambrose college at Davenport by a
score of 12 to 2. The college boys
started off with a rush in the first in
ning and scored two runs and the lo
cals returned the compliment in the
fourth inning. Neither side was able
to score from llie fourth to the seventh
inning, thus making things quite excit
ing for a short time. The local team
put steam into their work in the la.it
of the seventh inning, however, anl
for a lime it seemed that they would
bat the college pitcher out of the liox.
From the last of the seventh inning to
the close of the game it. was a walk
away for the high school nine. Fick
en, the twirler for the local team.
struck1 out 12 of the opponents. The
score by innings was as follows:
R. II. E.
High School . .0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 12 13 2
St. Ambrose .2 00 0 00 0 0 0 2 5 1
The first of the preliminaries in th
mens handicap golf tournament wis
held Saturday at the Arsenal Golf club
links, and notwithstanding the unfav
orable weather, there were 20 playtis
entered in the match. Gust Tegel
of this city and Colonel Fitnch f
Davenport tied for first honors, caHi
having a net score of SI, Colonel
French with a handicap of 2o, and
Mr. Tegeier with a handicap of 21. W.
L. Velie and C. A. Barnard tied for I'.ie
of 91. Following
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PATTERSON'S SCORE BEST
Six Members of Rock Island Gun Club
Have Shoot at Tower.
At the Watch Tower shouting ran
yesterday afternoon six of the mem
bers cf the Rock Island Gun club held
a small three match shoot. Pattro,i
captured the h'gh honors for the af
ternoon with 22 out of a possible 23
birds. Thomas O'Kccfe ranked sec
ond with 20 out of 23, and Koch third
with IS out of 23. The scores were as
1 2 3
Patterson 19 19 22
O'Kcefe IS 19 2'
Koch IS 13 J 7
Bowes 0 C 9
Bear U 12
Mosenfeldcr 17 13
The members of the club will nuvt
tomorrow evening at Lange's barb t
shop to discuss the plans for I lie han
dicap shoots to be held in the near ' i
ture and for the trophy cup shoot i
be given for the members only.
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DECATUR LOST TO BREWERS' ooocockkoooockx30ooooooo
Defeated by Batting Rally Near C!ose
of the Game.
Decatur. 111., Apt II 13. --Decatur
looked strong up to the seventh in
ning yesterday, when Milwaukee open
ed uj) on Keyes. batting in tix runs
and winning tht game. Score:
Decatur 0 I 1 o 1 o u o o 3 3 3
Milwaukee . . .0 o o 1 o f c, u 7 7 1
Batteries Boniar. Keyes, Bilroif.
Krebs and Powell; Goodwin. Cummins
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Dubuque has released Roy Gloeck-
ner, one oi the recruits, lie is tne nrst
man to feel the ax on Stalks' squad.
Fielder Flood and Pitcher Michelson
have also been released.
Athletes to Begin Training
Track Work at
Corkhill. the outfielder who was at
one time with Rock Island and later
played with Davenport and Clinton, has
been released by Little Rock to Des
Moines in the Western league.
At the Y. M. C. A. Saturday evening,
numner oi me memoers ot tne asso
rt ion who are interested in outdoor
athletics, met for .the purpose of organ-
..ing a track team to represent the as
iciatien in meets with other institu
tions in this vicinity. Physical Drect-
or Harry Franks will train the team
and practice will be begun immediately
in the gymnasium of the building. There
in some good material in the associa
tion for a team, among those interested
being Ralph Sunders, one of the old
high school star sprinters and jumpers;
St rate, in the weights, and several long
distance runners. No captain for th'
team has yet been elected, but one will
be chosen at the next meeting.
- The P'.ovj.
I am a worker.
F.lpop on and take your rest.
Though my sharp conltor shows white In
lpatirK through wind nnd rain,
rurrowln bill and plain. .
Till twltiftht dims the west
And I stand darkly aRr.lnst the night sky.
i am a worKer, I, tno plow.
I feod the peoplea
Ttrjrly wait on m
! :igh bom and low born, pale children of
Kingdoms may riso and wane.
War claim her tithe of s!r.!n.
Hands are outstretched to me.
Master of mm am I. looming a slave.
I feed the peoples, I, the plow.
I prove God's words true.
ToWns; that earth m-iy etro
Fruit men shall gather with songs In the
V'hT? sleeps the hidden frraln
? rn fields shall wavo esrnin.
fio-n-inif that while men live
?'cr seed nor harvpst time ever will cease.
S prove Clod's wor.ls true. I. I he nlow.
V. F. Boy son In April Everybody'.
Hugo Wilson, brother of Christy Wil
son of the Rock Island 1 Iiree Eye
league team, left last evening for Eau
Claire, Wis., where he is lo report as
catcher on that team of the Wisconsin
Charlie Poniar, who was given a try
out by Columbus in several exhibition
games, lailert to make good and has
been dropped by that, club and will be
een in a Decatur uniform again this
Manager Donnelly of the Distiller
squad has secured a valuable man in
Pitcher Kane of Columbus and late of
Philadelphia, by which team he was
farmed out last season to Savannah in
the South Atlantic league, where" he
'latted .21 G and fielded .935.
Holm of Davenport First in Fourth
Race of Local Tournament.
To show that he could do it if bo
wanted to try. Holm, one of the Daven
port roller skating racers, defeated the
bunch in the fourtn of the series of j winning by t he ovcrwln linins
championship series at the rink last i 17 to 1. Boili sides tried
aauiruay evening. i here were seven
entries in the race, and the judges de
cided to let the entire group skate the
21 laps, instead of having it raced in
heats as before. About 400 spectators
witnessed the affair and all were at the
highest pitch of excitement as the race
was quite close from start to finish.
Holm finished first with Miller of Rock
Island a close second. Collins third,
and Powelson. who won the first three
races with ease, landed fourth place.
The last two of the scries will be held
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Michigan Out in Cold.
Chicago, April 13. All the alhle'
relations between the University t
Michigan and other colleges compos
ing the Western Athletic College co-:-ference.
have been severed, because
of the indisposition of Michigan io ob
serve the rules of the conference.
-Cedar Rapids played the first game
of tli- season with Waterloo Saturdav.
g score 1 ! J
Dubuque defeated the Jacksonville
Iowa leaguers yesterday, 5 to 2.
Clinton defeateil the Davenport Inde
pendents at the ball park across the
liver yesterday by a score of 1 to I.
The Bloomington association has or
dered a set of 12 uniforms from a Chi
cago firm. The suits will be dark blue
with maroon trimmings, the same as
used last year for abroad. The white
uniforms purchased a year ago for wear
ing at home are in good condition.
Lcuis Cook, the Rock Island short
stop, is likely to be Director Huff's suc
cessor as coach at the University of
Illinois, according to press dispatches
from Urhana. Huff has decided to take
the management of the Boston Ameri
cans at once. Cook, who is a student
at the university, will probably fill his
contract with Rock Island in any event.
It had not been his inieutian to report
till the end of the season at school.
Beell Defeats Demetral.
Chicago, April 13. Fred Reel! of
Wiscfiisin easily defeated William I
inetral of Chicago in a wrestling match
Notice to Contractors,
Bids will be received at the office of
Wallace Treichler. engineer, room I !.
M. & L. building. Rock Island, 111., until
2 p. m., April 20, 1907, for work in
Drury Drainage District as follows:
312.000 cubic yards of levee fill, 192,000
cubic yards of ditching; one pump
house; one twenty-four inch centrifu
gal pump, capacity 7,000.000 gallons;
one 120-horse power gasoline engine.
Bids to be accompanied hy certifiod
check on bank of Rock Island, 111., :o
10 per cent of bid and payable to
H. V; FISHER,
Ell GETZ. .
Commissioners of Drury Drainage Hist.
Plans and specifications on file ?t
WALLACE TREICHLER, Engineer.
Taxing Jersey Whiskers.
Assenibiynuin i'orish ef Essex coun
ty lias introduced in the New Jersey
legislature a bill which provides a tax
for "wearing the hair on the face as fol
lows: Ordinary whiskers. $3; sidewbisk
er.s, Vandyke beard. $10; inutton
chi.'Ps. $15: billygoat."' $50: red whisk
ers. 20 per cent extra. The tax col
lector Is to receive 25 per cent for col
lect ing the tax- Speaker Pro Tem.
J'.'.vins sent the bill to the coinuiittee
e fish and game.
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